On a recent golf trip to Kent, Fairways columnist Jim Deeks discovers a course that appears not to have changed much in over 100 years.
Jim Deeks is pleased that the Rules of Golf have been made simpler but the governing bodies shouldn’t be quite so smug. There’s still work to do.
Jim Deeks puts Brooke Henderson in rarefied company with World Golf Hall of Fame member Marlene Streit among best Canadian golfers ever.
Intrepid globetrotter Jim Deeks reports that the Southeast coast of England features a collection of courses that will knock your socks off
Jim Deeks keeps a running score on the courses he plays and occasionally has an opportunity to favourably update first impressions.
In Part 2 of his golfing adventure to Northern Ireland, Jim Deeks experiences the challenge of Royal Portrush and the perfection of Portstewart.
Even though he found himself ill-equipped for the Irish Sea weather. Jim Deeks recounts his thrilling first ever golf trip to the Emerald Isle.
Jim Deeks is no fan of Patrick Reed, particularly his brash, in-your-face style, but thinks winning the Masters may mellow him a bit.
Jim Deeks comments on 11-year old Vanessa Borovilos of Mississauga winning the Drive Chip and Putt competition at Augusta National.